Media literacy and research skills are critical for students. Digital media can be used to aid students in identifying and evaluating literature and news from around the world, help students understand the global context of events, and teach "curation skills" - AKA the ability to evaluate the difference between "good" and "bad" sources. Teachers can use digital media to share research skills, such as demonstrating how to navigate and use databases to access scholarly sources, or how to find and learn from relevant, professional news media. Teachers can even create their own RSS feeds to share subject-specific news from a variety of sources with their class. Media literacy and research fit into all categories of digital media, including social media, blogging, and video.
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